Ameresco, Inc., a leading cleantech integrator specializing in energy efficiency and renewable energy, has been awarded the Department of Energy’s Generation 4 energy savings performance contract (ESPC) contract.
This government-wide vehicle allows Federal agencies to leverage private capital and utility cost savings to reduce energy consumption, decarbonize, and enhance the resilience of Federal facilities.
The contract carries a $5B ceiling over 10 years, and on previous generations of this contract, Ameresco developed many impactful project solutions totaling more than $2 billion in the aggregate.
Nicole Bulgarino, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Ameresco Federal Solutions, stated, “We are ready to build on our longstanding partnerships with DOE and its Federal agency customers to accelerate their transition to clean energy and assure their missions.” Ameresco is currently at work supporting each military service and many civilian agencies with innovative and cost-effective power generation, energy storage, and resilience solutions, and looks forward to delivering similar results on Gen4 task orders at Federal sites in the coming years.
Ameresco, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is a leading cleantech integrator and renewable energy asset developer, owner, and operator. Their comprehensive portfolio includes solutions for energy efficiency, facility optimization, distributed generation, energy storage, and renewable energy.